Set in this gated, purpose built block on one of Golders Greens most residential roads is this 2 double bedroom, modern apartment, benefitting from a lift to all floors and osp for one car. The property has been recently redecorated and is available now. Call Hausman and Holmes option 2 to arrange your viewing today.
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Fees Payable by the Tenant / LandlordOnce you decide to rent a property through Hausman and Holmes, the following fees will apply.TenantsBefore the tenancy starts payable to Hausman and Holmes Holding Deposit: Equivalent to 1 week’s rent. (A holding deposit is requested from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.)You can calculate the total weekly rent using the following formulae:Your monthly rent x 12 ÷52Deposit: For tenancies with an annual rent of less than £50,000 the deposit shall be equivalent to 5 weeks rent. For tenancies with an annual rent of £50,000 or more the deposit shall be equivalent to 6 weeks rent.You can calculate the total annual rent using one of the following formulae:Total monthly rent x 12Total weekly rent x 52Your deposit plus the first month’s rent in advance will be due in cleared funds prior to the commencement of the tenancy. All clients’ deposits held by Hausman and Holmes are held in accordance with My Deposits (tdsl).During the tenancy payable to Hausman and HolmesPayment of £50 including VAT should the tenant request a change to the tenancy agreement. (For example, a change of sharer in a joint tenancy.) Payment of interest for the late payment of rent at a rate of 3% above the Bank of England’s base rate from the date the rent falls due, until the date it is paid (charge to be levied after rent is 14 days in arrears.)Payment for the reasonably incurred costs for the loss of keys/security devices and any locksmith callouts.Payment of any unpaid rent or other reasonable costs associated with your early termination of the tenancy. Tenants wanting to surrender their tenancy before the end date or any break clause agreed will be liable for the landlords costs in re-letting the property plus any rent due until a new tenancy commences. Tenant protection & Redress SchemeHausman and Holmes are a member of Client Money Protect which is a client money protection the unlikely event of Hausman and Holmes not being able to resolve your complaint, our redress scheme is held with The Property Ombudsman.LandlordsLet Only Service Fees on a Sole Agency basis7% + VAT of the gross rent5% + VAT of the gross rent for all subsequent renewalsLet Only Service Fees on a Multiple Agency basis8% + VAT of the gross rent6% + VAT of the gross rent for all subsequent renewalsLettings only serviceAdvising on the current market valueAdvising on any improvements that can be carried out to the property to help achieve the maximum rent with a short void periodPhotographing the property Advertising the property and carrying out viewingsAdvising and negotiating rental offers received Carrying out reference checks on prospective tenantsArranging for a tenancy agreement to be drawn upArranging for deposit protectionAdvising the landlord on any legal requirements he/she must abide byArranging for Cleaning and InventoryCollecting the 1st months’ rent and deposit and then redistributing to the landlordLet & Management Service Fees on a Sole Agency basis10% + VAT of the gross rent 8% + VAT of the gross rent for all subsequent renewalsLet & Management Service Fees on a Multiple Agency basis11% + VAT of the gross rent 9% + VAT of the gross rent for all subsequent renewalsIn Addition to the Lettings serviceCollect rent monthlyTransfer rent to the landlord on a monthly basis and email the landlord a statement of any deductionsReceive all communication from tenants in relation to all aspects of the tenancy, accounts, repairs and maintenanceInspections carried out every 6 months with reports of the inspection emailed to the landlordCarry out all check in and check outs with tenantsNegotiating with tenants any deductions due at the end of a tenancyPayment of service charge (optional)
Water consumption is based on average water usage for the predicted occupancy of the property based on the number of bedrooms.
Total annual consumption (in cubic meters) is then averaged into a monthly cost.
Note: If you have 2 separate suppliers for water and sewage, you may receive 2 separate bills.